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by Steve Cirone on Mon Jan 22, 2024 6:07 am
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I am wondering if Apple Vision Pro would be useful for us photo types?  Not sure if it serves as an all-in-one or strictly a monitor.  Thoughts?


by Scott Fairbairn on Mon Jan 22, 2024 9:21 am
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I don't know if it would have the colour gamut for photography, but I have to admit I want one. But no way I'd pay that much for a first gen product, or even if it was second gen. lol

by wdg on Mon Jan 29, 2024 3:15 pm
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I read some reviews about how heavy they are to wear for any length of time. Neck aches were mentioned.
I assume they are real reviews - but who knows any more 😏

by Brian Stirling on Wed Jan 31, 2024 9:13 pm
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I can see it for VR related uses, but $3K+ is peak Apple pricing!


by Mitash on Mon Feb 26, 2024 6:19 am
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At first, I wasn't too excited about the Apple Vision Pro. It seemed like a lot of money for something that might not even help with my music making. But, after actually trying it out, my mind changed.

I found out the benefits of Apple Vision Pro really showed up in my music work. Being able to pull the screen right up in front of my keyboard, so I could mess with my music software without losing sight of it, was super cool. And the fact that I could make the screen bigger or smaller whenever I needed, especially when I was putting tracks together, helped a lot.

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